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La bohème || Wolf Trap Opera

Friday, July 19th @ 8:00pm 

Considered one of the world’s most popular operas, Puccini’s romantic depiction of Parisian bohemians captivates audiences. Soaring arias and glorious melodies collide with harsh realities. Wolf Trap Opera’s bright cast will embody the relatable and endearing characters in this heart-wrenching tale, leaving no one unmoved.

Filene Center - 1551 Trap Road Vienna, VA 22182
Purchase Tickets at Wolf Trap Opera.Org

Solo Recital || Songs of Grieg, Sibelius, and Strauss

Late Summer, TBD

In Collaboration with Dr. Andrew Miller, Piano 

Recital Series In the D.C. Metro Area

Join us for a cozy recital of distinctive Scandinavian Songs. Mysa och Dröm features songs by Swedish composer Ture Rangström, Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg, and several Icelandic songs sung in their original language. 

Mysa, meaning 'to be cozy,' is the Swedish idea of doing what brings one a sense of comfort and joy. It often evokes a feeling of being together with friends and family in an informal, cozy setting. Please feel welcome to come and indulge in the luscious and dreamy atmosphere of Scandinavia.

"To achieve great things, two things are needed; a plan, and not quite enough time."
-Leonard Bernstein

P a s t   P u b l i c   E v e n t s

Opera Extravaganza || Trinity Chamber Orchestra

Sunday, June 16th, 2024, 4:00pm 

Featuring works by Bellini, Puccini, Mozart, and Elizabeth Davis

Tickets $25

Children under 12 $10

Gala Reception to follow 

More at Trinity Chamber Orchesra.Org

La hija de Rappaccini (Rappaccini's Daughter)|| CCM Opera

April 4th, 8:00 p.m

April 6th, 2 p.m.  

Bizet's Carmen || Bel Cantanti Opera

Saturdays, October 14th,  7:30pm

Sundays, October 8th, 3:00pm

An Abridged Performance of the Four Act Opera

Bender JCC of Greater Washington

6125 Montrose Rd, Rockville, MD 20852

Autumn Sings || Bel Cantanti Opera

Sunday, September 17th, 3:00pm 2023

Highlights from G. Bizet's Carmen, popular opera, operetta, musical theatre, jazz.

St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church

5450 Massachusetts Avenue Bethesda, MD 20816 MD 20852

A Celebration of Music || Recital Series

Sunday, April 16th 1:00pm

An array of songs, duets, and theatrical pieces in concert.

Produced by Ashlyn Rock

Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church 

103 William Howard Taft Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45219

Fellow Travelers || CCM Opera

Thursday, March 30th – Sunday, April 2nd, 2023

Patricia Corbett Theater, 290 CCM Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45221, University of Cincinnati

Gregory Spears, Composer

Greg Pierce, Libretto

Greg Eldridge, Director 

The opera is set during the McCarthy era of the 1950s and focuses on the "lavender scare", a witch hunt and mass firings of gay people from the United States government. The story centers on the love affair between two men working for the federal government—Hawkins "Hawk" Fuller, a State Department official, and Timothy Laughlin, a recent college graduate working in a senator's office.

Dialogues of the Carmelites || CCM Opera

8:00 PM Friday, Nov 18 and Saturday, Nov 19,

& 2:00 PM Sunday, Nov 20, 2022

Corbett Auditorium, CCM Village, University of Cincinnati

Music and Libretto by Francis Poulenc

Libretto by Emmet Lavery

Chris Larkin, Guest Conductor

Robin Guarino, Director 

Based on a true story, this haunting opera tells the tale of the Carmelite Nuns, a small order put to death during the French Revolution. The fictional Parisian aristocrat Blanche de la Force attempts to find refuge with the nuns, setting the stage for a psychological study of devotion in the face of terror. Sung in French with English supertitles.

The Nomadic House Project || 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Thursday,  June 9, 2022

At the Embassy of Czechia

Icebox Collective invites you to a performance with soprano Ashlyn Rock at the Czech Republic Embassy next to the Nomadic House Project, an art installation that invites us to reflect on the concept of house/home/shelter/displacement/migration, the house is in solidarity with Ukraine

3900 Spring of Freedom Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20008

Galileo Galilei March 31st-April 3rd 2022
An Opera by Phillip Glass
Libretto by Mary Zimmerman
With Phillip Glass and Arnold Weinstein
Music by Philip Glass
Aik Khai Pung, conductor
Greg Eldridge, director

As Galileo nears the end of his life, he reflects on the major milestones that defined him and his legacy – his trial for heresy, his scientific discoveries and the loss of his beloved daughter. Drawn from the letters and publications of one of history’s greatest minds, this opera journeys through the life of the father of modern astronomy, offering a complex meditation on the intertwining of art and science and the cyclical nature of existence.

Patricia Corbett Theater, 290 CCM Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45221

Nostalgic Travellings || 7:30pm Sunday, August 1st 2021

Piano and Voice Recital 

A Musical Exploration of Art Songs, Art, & Poetry

St. Bernadette Catholic Church

7600 Old Keene Mill Road Springfield, VA 22152

In-Person & Livestreamed

Online Program 

Roots in the Renaissance|| 7:00pm Friday, March 6th 2020

Songs from the late 16th and early 17th

A Musical Exploration of Art Songs, Art, & Poetry

The Chapel Truro Anglican Church

10520 Main Street Fairfax, VA 22030


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